Police Minister Mick Gentleman will introduce laws to tighten up regulation around how guns are stored in the ACT when the Legislative Assembly sits this week.
The draft legislation will require licensees with more than 10 category A or B firearms to store them in a metal, concrete or brick safe.
Currently, owners of weapons in that category could store their gun in a container made of hard wood, regardless of how many guns they owned.
The bill will also outlaw knifes or blades that are disguised as another item, like credit cards.
It will ban centre-fire rifle magazines with capacity for more than 10 rounds.
A spokesman for the minister said the draft bill had been developed in consultation with ACT Policing and gun owners.
Meanwhile the Canberra Liberals and the Greens will focus on cost-of-living issues.
Greens crossbencher Caroline Le Couteur will pressure the government on affordable housing while Liberal leader Alistair Coe will continue to skewer Labor and the Greens on rates rises.
Mr Coe will ask the government to this month table in the Assembly an analysis of the financial and social impact of the rates reform package.
Liberal politician Mark Parton will move a motion calling for safer entry and exit points in the Mount Taylor parking lot, and to investigate an extended footpath and dedicated bicycle lane on Sulwood Drive.
The Liberals' education spokesman Andrew Wall will call on the government to implement all the recommendations made after the 2015 boy-in-a-cage scandal as soon as possible.